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Saturday, 5 February 2011

Just playing about

Well I finally got a little time to have a play with one of the stamps I got at the Stampman this week, the first one is just stamped on a piece of card coloured with distress inks, cut out and put on a Lacey square. The other two are on some fancy shape cards I bought at one of the shows, they have been languishing aound as I did not really know what to use them for, I had previously tried covering them with decorative papers but they never seemed to look right and it wasn't half a faff doing it ! finally dawned on dozy me that I could colour them with D inks so thats just what I did. Second one down I stamped and embossed the wreath in white before colouring the card with inks,added a cut out bird,leaves and flowers. The third one is just a one layer card which didn't work quite how it was meant to but I still quite like it. I love this stamp and mean to play some more with it as soon as I get time.The top card is not as crooked as it looks,had to scan and crop it and it didn't work too well, the other two are scanned and whatever I do the scanner chops bits off the edges!


  1. Its a beautiful stamp Joan and love the cards you've created. All that play has paid off....3 less cards to
    Annette x

  2. Its a gorgeous stamp Joan, love all your cards.xx

  3. Joan these are gorgeous. Have just got that stamp as well but not played yet, love it and everything you have done with it. XOXO Zoe

  4. The cards and the stamp are fabulous, you've done some lovely creations with it.xx

  5. These cards are really Lovely! You always choose the most Beautiful stamps! I'm going to have to take a peek in that shop.
    Have A Wonderful Day,
    Nancy :D

  6. Beautiful cards with this stamp! Just gorgeous! And I love the quote at the top of your blog; TFS!


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